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    z-wave hs4

    what about the new z-wave plugins for hs4?

    #2
    Originally posted by gregdeux View Post
    what about the new z-wave plugins for hs4?
    I'm excited gregdeux please tell me were I can find these

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    John

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      #3
      Originally posted by John245 View Post

      I'm excited gregdeux please tell me were I can find these

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      John
      we do not always show anything on this new plugins!
      he just said there was a lot of change but we still haven't seen anything about it.
      I too would like to see this new z-wave plugin

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        #4
        +1 Actually, I don't plan to definitely move over the HS4 until the new z-wave plugin in out. I have a lot of z-wave devices so this is a critical point.

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          #5
          The current Z-Wave PI is working fine for me in HS4.
          HS4 Pro Edition 4.2.5.0 running on Lenovo ThinkCenter & Debian Linux
          Plugins: Z-Wave (via Nortek USB stick

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            #6
            I too would like to know if the Z-wave plugin in HS4 is from HS3 and if so when will the HS4 Z-wave plugin be released?

            Jim

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              #7
              the pi zwave is still the hs3 version.
              and yes the zwave 3 works correctly with hs4
              so you can migrate without problem
              and nothing is forbidden to keep version 3 in hs4 when version 4 of zwave comes out

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                #8
                I'm on HS4.1 currently and I do have to coax my August lock to connect after a reboot of the HS4 Container

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                  #9
                  We have a new Z-Wave plugin that is a new HS4 UI over the HS3 plugin. Due to Z-Wave cetrification issues we cannot change the HS3 plugin at this time. But the new UI will make it easier to use.
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by rjh View Post
                    We have a new Z-Wave plugin that is a new HS4 UI over the HS3 plugin. Due to Z-Wave cetrification issues we cannot change the HS3 plugin at this time. But the new UI will make it easier to use.
                    I don't see a new (HS4) zwave plugin in the list.
                    In fact, I don't see any zwave plug at all (no HS3 or HS4)

                    Can you please explain?
                    Regards,

                    Rien du Pre
                    The Netherlands
                    Using:
                    Homeseer PRO latest HS4 BETA on a Raspberry
                    Plugin's:
                    RFXCOM, mcsMQTT, Z-Wave

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Rien du Pre View Post

                      I don't see a new (HS4) zwave plugin in the list.
                      In fact, I don't see any zwave plug at all (no HS3 or HS4)

                      Can you please explain?
                      Do a search for z-wave or Homeseer and it will display the legacy HS3 versions.

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                        #12
                        Found it
                        I searched on zwave instead of z-wave.

                        But what about the new HS4 z-wave plugin?
                        Regards,

                        Rien du Pre
                        The Netherlands
                        Using:
                        Homeseer PRO latest HS4 BETA on a Raspberry
                        Plugin's:
                        RFXCOM, mcsMQTT, Z-Wave

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Rien du Pre View Post
                          Found it
                          I searched on zwave instead of z-wave.

                          But what about the new HS4 z-wave plugin?
                          As Rich mentioned, there is a mandatory certification process imposed by the Z-wave Alliance that must be completed before any new Z-wave *stuff* can be released. This is a requirement imposed by the Z-wave Alliance to insure interoperability and compliance with Z-wave standards.This process takes time and money and is not something that can be done overnight. If you fail the certification you would need to fix the problems and get recertified which takes time and money. You can't release your product until you pass the cert.

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                            #14
                            Does the plugin need to be certified? I find that very hard to believe. That would mean it has to be recertified for every bugfix. They are not building something from scratch, there is an SDK available.

                            Also, all networking stuff is done on the coordinator, not the plugin. The coordinator is certified, nothing else.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by kriz83 View Post
                              Does the plugin need to be certified? I find that very hard to believe. That would mean it has to be recertified for every bugfix. They are not building something from scratch, there is an SDK available.

                              Also, all networking stuff is done on the coordinator, not the plugin. The coordinator is certified, nothing else.

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                              In this post Rich said

                              We have a new Z-Wave plugin that is a new HS4 UI over the HS3 plugin. Due to Z-Wave cetrification issues we cannot change the HS3 plugin at this time. But the new UI will make it easier to use.

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